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Thai Tom Yum Soup

Tom Yum soup is a sour spicy Thai soup that is full of healthy ingredients and low in fat. It is fairly easy to make though does call for a lot of ingredients. I think it is well worth it as this is one of my favourite Thai dishes to make. Leave the chilli out if […]

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Gluten Free Breaded Hake

I’m seriously stuffed writing this, I really enjoyed this dish and ended up eating way too much. I have had a lot of requests for a gluten free fish and chips so here it is. I bought a gluten free white loaf in Supervalu, it wasn’t cheap at €1.99 for a very small loaf. I […]

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Thai Fish Cakes

These low fat fish cakes are so healthy and amazingly tasty. You will throw them together in a few minutes and can use any white fish. You don’t even have to make a dip as you can use sweet chilli sauce or so what I did (though they won’t be as low fat) and throw […]

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Seafood Chowder (gluten free)

This is one of my signature dishes. If you like seafood then you really should give this seafood chowder recipe a go, it takes under 10 minutes to cook and tastes amazing. I have had so many compliments when I served it in restaurants over the years, it has also proven to be extremely popular […]

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Thai Coconut Chilli Prawns

Serve as a starter, main course or as a snack with a nice glass of wine or beer, these prawns are quick and dead easy to do. I served mine with a Thai mango salsa though you could just as easily serve yours with sweet chilli sauce or mix 3 parts mayonnaise to 1 part sweet […]

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Lobster Ravioli Saffron Cream

In my opinion you can’t beat handmade pasta and ravioli is one of my favourites esp when filled with something as nice as lobster. This dish may seem daunting but believe me, it really isn’t difficult at all. You can order fresh lobster from your fishmongers but there really is no need to put yourself […]

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Moules Marinière with Chilli & Coriander

Moules Marinière is a classic french dish made with mussels, white wine, shallots, garlic, cream and parsley. I’ve loved the dish since the first time I tried them during my first days in a kitchen as a young commis chef all those years ago. I used sneak a few from the pot when no one […]

Thai Massaman Fish Curry

Thai Massaman Fish Curry

The first time I had a Massaman curry was while I worked in London, I really wanted to learn about Thai food but couldn’t get a job as a chef in a Thai restaurant partially due to the fact that I had no experience and partially because Thai restaurants tend to hire Thai chefs and […]

Prawn Linguine

Linguine with Prawns, Chilli & Garlic

Linguine is like spaghetti only slightly flatter so not as rounded. It goes great with seafood especially crab and prawns. This is a really easy dish to make and doesn’t take much time at all so makes a great lunch or even a dinner for those days when you are too busy to make something […]

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Smoked Coley, Spring Onion and Potato Pie

Smoked Coley is lovely, it has loads of flavour and is dead cheap. In this recipe I make 250g go a long way as I’m broke this week. I would prefer to double the amount of fish that I used. One of the fantastic things about smoked fish like Coley or Haddock is that they […]

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